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Ideas

Secure and advanced digital tools are critical to create effective learning experiences

By: 
Allen Drennan
Thoughts

If you happened to be born before the rise of technology, you could probably remember your young years playing outside until the sun went down

By: 
Robyn Shulman
News Clip

NYC Education Dept. bans widely-used online gradebook | Secretary Cardona lays out vision to support the teaching profession | Alabama schools to see steep cuts in state funding | NYC public school families to receive $375 per child  

Perspective

The digital revolution is an unstoppable force sweeping across every facet of society, including the education sector

By: 
Jerry Kolber
Perspective

What does it mean when nearly 40 percent of parents opt to take their school-aged children out of traditional public school?

By: 
Charles Sosnik
Ideas

​Students’ experiences both inside and outside of school can influence their learning and achievement

By: 
Dawn Bridges, Ed.D.
News Clip

Colorado Gov. Polis signs school finance act | NC teacher survey shows concerns about academic decline, mental health, cyberbullying | Why SEL is seen as one of the best tools  | Dallas sees positive results in first year of discipline reform

Video

Hear exclusive research from the Learning Counsel on the coming teacher shortage and how technology like the program from Lexia is essential to do more of the heavy lifting for teachers

Perspective

Community Schools are a time whose idea has come, a solution that was waiting for the perfect storm – and the perfect storm is here

By: 
James Stoffer and Zach Vander Veen
Ideas

Helping our kids love math shouldn’t feel like a lesson either. We can teach them foundational math and problem-solving skills by playing games

By: 
Mark Hendrickson

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